Commentary

printed 01/25/2019

Last week’s editorial on the litigation between Nathans Associates and the Town of Ocean City was wrong when it said the Court of Special Appeals ruled that Nathans Associates owned a piece of property on the Boardwalk through adverse possession. The court’s opinion did not say that.

It declared only that the Town of Ocean City failed to establish that the Nathans structure, which is occupied by Dumser’s, was situated in the Atlantic Avenue public easement created in the original plat of the town, per the Stephen Tabor deed of 1876.

We apologize for the error.

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